Can musicians "save" a broken music industry? More than on successful artist turned entrepreneur certainly intend to try. Following in the footsteps of Dr. (co-founder of Beats) and Neil Young (founder of hi-def music service Pono), Jay Z is set to become the latest musician-mogul to own a digital music service thanks to his $56 million bid to acquire Aspiro, the Scandinavian company that owns streaming music service WiMP and its hi-def audio cousin Tidal. Jay Z's bid was first made in December by Project Panther, an offshoot of the his S. Carter Enterprises. Aspiro’s board of directors has...

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